Florike Kaspersma

Florike Kaspersma

Florike Kaspersma
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Sla kweken in dakgootjes langs de schuur.

Want to grow a salad garden but have no room? Try gutters! Affix them to a fence, slope them for drainage, and voila! Want to grow a salad garden but have no room? Try gutters! Affix them to a fence, slope them for drainage, and voila!

Coop1 handig hok!!!

I love this chicken coop. It is great for a smaller yard and just a few chickens. It is also attractive and practical. I grew up with chickens in the back yard and fresh eggs in the morning. This coop would make having chickens again that much nicer!

dit is echt mijn droomkippenhok!!

I love the spiral staircase! The Coopsicle is one of the 14 original chicken coops in the recently released book "Reinventing the Chicken Coop". Mom this is for you!

Here is another example of how to make the most out of your chicken coop or rabbit hutch. Not only does it have a living roof, but as it is also placed in a vegetable garden , you can reuse old straw, bedding and droppings as instant compost. What do you think?

Rabbit hutch with green roof in small backyard sustainable organic garden Peirce.this made me think of you, the green roof would probably keep your bunnies cool

green-roofed rabbit hutch shown here. The alfalfa hay bedding and droppings of the fluffy Angora rabbit brothers, Peaches and Mocha, are collected for fertilizer, and Carlson gathers and spins their fur into yarn. The hutch's sedum-covered roof absorbs rainwater.

In this green-roofed rabbit hutch, the alfalfa hay bedding and droppings of two fluffy Angora rabbits are collected for fertilizer, and their owner gathers and spins their fur into yarn. The hutch's sedum-covered roof absorbs rainwater.

Rabbit Hutch - the plants on the roof would help keep the hutch cool during the summer heat

Ambitious rabbit hutch w/ strawberry patch green roof. so doing this for the chicken coop would solve the chickens eating all the strawberry plants problem